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    live in liberty/in freedom

    Hi there,

    If it's ok to say "the lion is an animal that lives in liberty in Kakaguma, Africa" or should be "in freedom"?

    Thanks


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    Re: live in liberty/in freedom

    I like "at liberty" better in your sentence.

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    Re: live in liberty/in freedom

    I would use 'freedom' there, so it seems to be a matter of personal choice.

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    Re: live in liberty/in freedom

    I like 'lives freely'

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